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Freezer won't get below 30
Possible that the gas pressure is down to low gas or leak on the system. Also it can be due to faulty thermostat, faulty compressor if the compressor is working all the time and reaching the set temperature. Also if the compressor is not cutting off this must be a suspect.
on Aug 24, 2011
I have a two door
Ok, your thermostat is buggered, the fridge wont turn off becaust it hasnt been told from the thermostat, easy DIY but be aware DISCONNECT the power first and unplug from the wall and do not kink the thermo tube when replacing. Buy the same thermostat and take a pic of where the wires go before removing the old one. Hope that helps, if you need help, call me on 08 9523 0552 Russ and I can help further.
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on Mar 02, 2011
I have a kelvinator fridge.
You can have many different problems.
1. Bad temp control
2. Failing compressor
3. Defective start cap
4. Defective overload protector
5. Defective control board
I suggest you call a service company.
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on Jan 02, 2011
How do you defrost the
a manual defrost? unplug and get a 9by11 cake pan and a bunch of towels and a hairdryer. put the hairdryer on LOW only and get it positioned in the freezer (door) compartment so its pointing towards the back. cake pan in the bottom towels below. and on the floor. leave the door open about 3 or 4 inches but NOT shut so you have some air circulation. and check it frequently. make sure the hair dryer isnt pointed at the plastics at all. takes a day. pull it from the wall, remove the rear access cover behind the fridge and blow it out with a vac or air compressor too. theres an access panel inside the freezer and if your handy, your ice blockage causing that problem lives behind there in the freezer. use caution if your going to attempt taking that plate off inside. use nothing sharp.
on Dec 08, 2010
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